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Dog Areas in Leesburg, OH

Leesburg is a rural village in Highland County. This community is within about 25 miles of some pawesome outdoor recreational facilities. If you're seeking health care for your four-legged friend, you'll find a veterinarian about 7.3 miles east of here outside of Greenfield.

Head southeast of town about 18 miles to go hiking in the Highlands Nature Sanctuary off Cave Road. There are three trails in this 2,600-acre wilderness that allow dogs on a leash. Select from Crowpoint, Barrier Ridge, or Roundtop Trails for your outing with your special pal. Carry water and bags to pick up waste.

There's another pawtastic nature preserve about 20.6 miles southeast of Leesburg off Fork Hill Road. Visit Fork Hill Earthworks and Nature Preserve with your canine pal. This property has 1,300 acres of old-growth forest and 11 miles of trails. Dogs are welcome as long as they stay on a leash.

To have a fun getaway with your pooch, head to Lake Hill Campground off Musselman Station Road, just 25 miles east of here. This forested property has pet-friendly RV and tent sites on 65 acres of land. Keep Spot on a lead and in designated areas during your stay.

The town of Leesburg offers access to area parks and trails that are pet-friendly.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Leesburg, OH

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    Population Density 411/sq mi

    #1 New Vienna

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    About eight miles southwest of Leesburg, you'll find the village of New Vienna. This small community has a trailer-home park, houses, an elementary school, and an industrial plant. There are quiet neighborhood blocks here that provide a peaceful place to go for a walk with Fido. For a day of exploration with your fur baby, head southeast of here to the Fallsville Wildlife Area off Careytown Road. This 1,382-acre property includes woodlands, shrubs, meadows, and farm fields. Hike to the waterfall or bring your pup and hunting gear to the designated dog-training area. When not training, restrain them with a leash.
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    Population Density 7/sq mi

    #2 Rocky Fork State Park

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    Rocky Fork State Park is about 15 miles south of Leesburg and four miles from Hillsboro. Around this area, you'll find a few farms, some single-family homes, and the Highland County Airport. The facility itself features a 2,080-acre lake that offers boating and fishing, disc golf, hunting in designated areas, picnicking, and hiking. Explore the nearby gorge and dolomite caves with your four-footed pal, or bring your boat and take a spin on the water. You can also go camping with your tent or RV here. The campgrounds and other designated areas in the park allow pets that are on a lead.
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    Population Density 39/sq mi

    #3 Paint Creek State Park

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    About 17.3 miles southeast of Leesburg, you'll find Paint Creek State Park. This 5,652-acre facility is heavily forested and has some single-family homes around the outer border of the property. There are four hiking trails, additional multi-use pathways, picnic areas, a disc golf course, and lake access here. Traverse the paths on the grounds with your special pal. You can also launch your boat into Paint Creek Lake to fish, water ski, or cruise on the water with your furry friend. Dogs on a cord or leash can accompany you in designated parts of the park. Remember to scoop their waste.
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    Population Density 81/sq mi

    #4 Cowan Lake

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    The neighborhood around Cowan Lake just outside of Wilmington is about 21 miles from Leesburg. There are some farms, vacation properties, and private country homes out here. In this area, you and the family can visit Cowan Lake State Park for your outdoor recreation. There are trails, a campsite, cabins, picnic areas, and lake access available at the property. Go hiking in the woods and along the shore with your fur-baby. If you bring your boat, get out on the water to fish, sail, or canoe. Spend the night by the campfire to finish off a day of adventure with Spot.
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    Population Density 125/sq mi

    #5 Greenfield

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    Just ten miles east of town, you'll find the community of Greenfield. This town includes an industrial park, an elementary school, a medical facility, some commercial buildings, and houses. Take a tour of the Greenfield Historical Society properties to learn about the community's past. If you want to exercise your four-footed friend, hop on the paved section of the Paint Creek Recreation Trail that's here. This segment of the multi-use pathway follows along Paint Creek for about 1.8 miles on the east side of Greenfield. Keep your pup on a cord or lead. Carry bags for waste and water with you for your trek.
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